ΦΒΚ member and Harvard-based economist Raj Chetty is the winner of the 2019 A.SK Social Science Award and its $200,000 prize.
This spring, the Society launched its newest program providing $5,000 scholarships to students interested in public sector work.
Phi Beta Kappa has a unique voice to contribute to conversations that matter today.
Phi Beta Kappa addresses efforts to eliminate funding for the National Endowment for the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Reanna Magruder (ΦBK, University of Denver) played Nurse Ratched in the University of Denver Prison Arts Initiative production of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.
Chelesa Fearce (ΦBK, Spelman College) is now completing her first year at Yale School of Medicine studying for a doctorate and medical degree.
In January, all 16 major American law journals elected women as editors-in-chief including five members of Phi Beta Kappa.
Michelle Chan (ΦBK, Columbia University) has been involved with the I-HELP Liberia Project since 2015. Now she is directing their program for students pursuing careers in medicine.
In a time largely marked by vicious segregation, David Alphonso Lane (Bowdoin College, 1917) lived a remarkable life of excellence in the field of education and in service to his country.
The Good Place, the latest NBC hit comedy from ΦBK member Michael Schur, has deep roots in its creator’s background in the liberal arts.
“A broad liberal education can be exceedingly valuable to any citizen for whatever they become expert in.” —Michael Wertheimer (ΦΒΚ, Swarthmore College)